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|Through an Uncommon Lens: F. Holland Day - WGBH|
Patricia Fanning, archivist, author, associate professor, Bridgewater State College Archivist and author Patricia Fanning presents information from her book Through an Uncommon Lens: The Life and Photography of F. Holland Day. Fanning has written Through an Uncommon Lens: The Life and Photography of F. Holland Day, a book about Boston-based photographer F. Holland Day (1864-1933). Day was a central figure in artistic circles on both sides of the Atlantic...
Keywords: art & architecture; history
|Tissue Engineering: Challenges of Imitating Nature - WGBH|
Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic, Harvard-MIT Division of Health Science and Technology Imagine a world where we could engineer living tissues to cure a disease, heal an injury, or fix a broken heart. Tissue engineering combines the principles of biology, engineering and medicine to create biological substitutes of native tissues. Can we use engineered tissue to better understand our own bodies? What are the promises of this new technology? What are the roadblocks and controversies?This project is suppo...
|Tribute to Jackie Robinson - WGBH|
Sharon Robinson, director, educational programming, Major League Baseball; Scott Simon, writer; Tom Oliphant, former columnist, Boston Globe Sharon Robinson and Scott Simon pay tribute to Jackie Robinson during the 60th anniversary year of his having broken the color barrier in Major League Baseball. Sharon Robinson is Jackie Robinson's daughter, and the director of Educational Programming for Major League Baseball...